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Squats hinder gains

Originally Posted by sparkyx
The bigger your legs…the smaller your dick looks! :)


Girls want a guy with big muscles due to the “Strenght” factor which shows that the guy can protect her.

The girls will check your Quads and Gluteus maximus before they check out your penis ;)


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Originally Posted by sparkyx
The bigger your legs…the smaller your dick looks! :)

This is partly why I cut down on the squats. I gain pretty easy in my legs and I don’t want my dick dwarfed.


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In my opinion, the majority of people who lift weights usually have a stronger anterior chain than a posterior chain. Which exercise will help balance it out? The deadlift :D

Originally Posted by ShyMplsMale
In my opinion, the majority of people who lift weights usually have a stronger anterior chain than a posterior chain. Which exercise will help balance it out? The deadlift :D

Ohhhhh yes, it’s all about the posterior chain :D .

Originally Posted by liondancer
I know squats are a great exercise. But I was wondering if it can hinder gains. I know a friend of mine, he’s pretty buff and he does alot of squats but he has a 5 inch penis I think. When I see people do squats, it seems to create a turtle affect on the penis. Just my thoughts! =]

I swear by squats and deadlifts they do not have a negative effect on PE in any what so ever. I have fairly big legs however I would not trade that for thinner ones as a means of making my cock look bigger. If you can squat mate but ensure you keep proper form; its an excellent exercise.

Originally Posted by Marc678816
I agree with you on some of your points. I agree that the deadlift will work the quads when starting deep, but the ROM (Range of Motion) of squats far outperforms ability of deadlifts to work the quads. Your second point about the deadlifts working hamstrings more effectively than quads I agree with. Third, I believe squats have a far greater ROM with the glutes when performed properly (squats performed at least, if not past parallel to the floor). Fourth, I don’t know what you’re trying to say here, I am guessing you do not have a gym accessible to you so convenience is a factor. Finally, it’s your interpretation of athletic ability, whether it be fast sprints, long distance runs, or, like me, powerlifting. I believe squats and deadlifts are equal in standing, and one does not beat out the other as they work separate parts of the body.

Marc thank you for presenting better logic to this thread; I am not going to get drawn into a long discussion with man of 10. I just sometimes have to wonder where some folk get their theories about squats from….it makes me question how they perform the exercises. I have seen folk load the bar up to 400lbs and hardly squat yet claiming to squat 400lbs. One can only smile. Squats performed properly are ace and I squat deep. Deadlifts are my favourite exercise but in no way can anyone state that one can be a substitute one for the other. Marc you have stated these matters correctly and although we may possibly differ in opinion on one point you are have everything spot on. Happy squatting.


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The truth is that neither squats nor deadlifts will in any way hinder PE gains, but I think that has been covered adequately. Both help strengthen areas crucial to your being able to deliver a memorable fuck. The only downside is that the days after I squat and deadlift hard, my girl spends most of the time on top doe to soreness.


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As far as improving sprint speed is concerned, deadlift will outperform squats. Thanks to deadlifting, I’ve been running world class times over 110m Hurdles this year. It’s all down to lifting heavy with low reps and full recovery between sets, IF speed is what you’re after(this will cause primarily myofibrillar muscle growth, and thus weight gain is minimal).

If you want to load the muscle with the greatest weight possible, then using the deadlift over the squat will reduce TUT for each rep(as you can simply drop the bar at the end of each lift), meaning one can do a given number of reps with a greater weight.

The only reason I stepped in to say something is because Marc678816 belittled the deadlift(if only slightly) in his first post.

Originally Posted by man-of-10

Do the deadlift, way better than the squat :D .

Haha belittled the deadlift? It wasn’t I belittling the deadlift, in fact I belittled nothing. Actually it was YOUR first post belittling squatting.


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And yes Phenyo, all I do is laugh when I see these people at the gym load up the bar with some astronomical weight and push out 4 quarter squats. I wish I could just convince them to have pride in pushing a lower weight but with full and proper ROM; It will help them in the long run. I let my ego go out the door the moment I step into the gym and that is what is holding many of these lifters back, a big ego not letting them go for a lower weight so they can do it properly and first and foremost, SAFELY.


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Originally Posted by Marc678816
Haha belittled the deadlift? It wasn’t I belittling the deadlift, in fact I belittled nothing. Actually it was YOUR first post belittling squatting.

I was joking, that’s what I put the “:D ” at the end for.

Oh ok so this whole debate you were just joking? Wow that’s nice to know!


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Short Term Goal --- BPEL 7.000/EG 5.000

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No. I was jokingly making the sweeping statement of “Do the deadlift, way better than the squat :D .”. If I were not joking, I would have said the deadlift is a more productive whole body exercise if done correctly, and would have explained why there and then.

Oh ok. Alright good debate on squats vs. dead’s anyways. Let’s shake hands.


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Short Term Goal --- BPEL 7.000/EG 5.000

Long Term Goal --- BPEL 7.500/EG 6.000

I kind of agree with Man-0f-10 in saying that (bent leg) deadlifts are better then squats but that’s just personal opinion, I also think that dumbell Lunges are better then squats.

Each to their own however.


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Yes they are better, better at targeting the hamstrings, I totally agree with that.


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